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1. The display juxtaposed images from serious and popular art.
2. Contemporary photographs are juxtaposed with a sixteenth century, copper Portuguese mirror.
3. When you juxtapose the two, you can see the difference.
4. In the exhibition, abstract paintings are juxtaposed with shocking photographs.
5. Interviews with politicians were juxtaposed with news items of quite astonishing triviality.
6. The exhibition juxtaposes Picasso's early drawings with some of his later works.
7. They are now often juxtaposed with previously scorned synthetics.
8. Brave personal sacrifices are juxtaposed with quirky moments.
9. But she was not juxtaposed against an asexual image of respectability.
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10. These three examples, juxtaposed, serve to highlight the nature of educational change.
11. Juxtaposing criminal law and legal theory offers a number of intellectual enquiries.
12. Slacker is very funny indeed and highly innovative in its use of roving camera and juxtaposing various disparate conversations.
13. Because interfaces juxtapose value systems, assumptions, needs, and languages, they create unmet needs.
14. The horizontality of her fallen body is juxtaposed to the vertical thrust of the apartment building.
15. When the two subsections are juxtaposed, however, they seem to create a difficulty.
16. Metaphor and irony juxtapose meanings: harmonious, contrasting, or conflicting.
17. Juxtapose that against what happens when you are out of work and searching – nobody is calling.
18. We tried to juxtapose the sculptures to give the best effect.
19. It is unnecessary to juxtapose the legal and relational aspects of covenant theology. In all three covenants, personal relations are premised upon just legal relations.
20. For example, ancient Greek temples juxtapose tall vertical columns and wide horizontal entablatures to create rigid perpendiculars.
21. Be sure to juxtapose your actions so as to make their achievement possible in the easiest and most efficient way.
22. He tried to juxtapose the photos of his girlfriend on the desk to show his love.
23. We cannot juxtapose these pursuits with what you call 'the Chinese democracy movement.
24. The technique Mr Wilson uses most often is to juxtapose things for dramatic effect.
25. There were no ruptures of meaning, as the different worlds were momentarily juxtaposed.
26. The romantic vision of things to come is constantly juxtaposed with the seedy realities of the police state.
27. By exploiting features of the standard language, the contrasting conceptual systems of the people and readers are constantly juxtaposed.
28. Socially they live in loose communities comprising a set of juxtaposed home ranges utilized by females and their dependent young.
29. It was then the idea came to me: what if I was to make an installation and cover an entire wall with toys "made in China" and juxtapose them with portraits of Chinese toy-factory workers?
30. At last, I will make a contrast between the novel and the movie shot in 2003, to juxtapose alternative perspective.
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